The Stigma Behind Periods
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The Stigma Behind Periods

Picture this. It’s a beautiful, sunny morning, the sun shining brightly in the sky, birds…

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From the Other Side: A Sprinter’s Perspective
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From the Other Side: A Sprinter’s Perspective

Sprinters are perhaps the most marginalized group in the realm of CPS sports. Several CPSers,…

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Remembering the Women’s March
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Remembering the Women’s March

With a smile, Julie offered, “Find the drummers, find me.” Along with advice on how…

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College Sports and Sexual Assault
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College Sports and Sexual Assault

A round of sexual harassment and assault cases garnered national attention in 2016: Stanford banned…

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DACA: What it is and Why it Matters
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DACA: What it is and Why it Matters

DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), a program instated under the Obama administration, has offered…

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New Year’s Resolutions
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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions: for some of us they work. For some of us, December 31st…

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A Fairly Unpopular Opinion on Underage Drinking
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A Fairly Unpopular Opinion on Underage Drinking

I like to think I’m open-minded. I’m a feminist living in the liberal Bay Area,…

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Closing Thoughts on the Election
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Closing Thoughts on the Election

“Donald Trump won the presidency.” I couldn’t believe it. I had been anticipating for weeks…

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The Reel Story Behind Media Representation
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The Reel Story Behind Media Representation

Think of your favorite movie. If you don’t have one, think of the last one…

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The Forecaster: Election Article
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The Forecaster: Election Article

It’s election night. November 8th, 2016. I sit at my desk, attempting to study for…

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